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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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IEEE Spectrum
July 2012
Jean Kumagai
Fixing Wind Power's Bat Problem Turbines kill hundreds of thousands of bats each year, but new technology could drastically cut the toll mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 28, 2012
Laura Howes
New chief scientific adviser announced Mark Walport, immunologist and director of the Wellcome Trust since 2003, has been named as the UK government's next chief scientific adviser. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2012
Helen Bache
Schizophrenia: a disease of the brain? Scientists in China have unearthed further evidence that a malfunction of the immune system contributes to the development of schizophrenia. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 25, 2012
Simon Hadlington
Bloody Solution to Electrochemical DNA Sensors US researchers have discovered a way to significantly improve the sensitivity of DNA-based electrochemical sensors by incorporating an inexpensive, robust and stable protein into the system - haemoglobin. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 20, 2012
Hamish Kidd
Not to be sniffed at Not to be Sniffed at: Scent and Chemistry: The Molecular World of Odors by Ohloff and others begins with an introduction to the history of odors and the molecular basis of olfaction, including structure -- odor relationships. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 19, 2012
Anthony King
Nanoparticles linked to rheumatoid arthritis Three types of nanoparticles were found to ramp up protein citrullination in cell cultures, a change that can make the body think native proteins are foreign. This process has previously been linked to autoimmune disease. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 17, 2012
Jon Evans
Anti-social amino acids gang up Previously thought to be purely the preserve of proteins and peptides, scientists have discovered that the amino acid phenylalanine can form the toxic amyloid fibrils that are a hallmark of diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 17, 2012
Adam Mackridge
Catching the cheats Run, Swim, Throw, Cheat by Chris Cooper is an interesting and informative book detailing the scientific basis behind substance use in enhancing sports performance. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
June 13, 2012
Elinor Hughes
Paper and plastic HIV test A DNA test to detect HIV in infants in resource-poor countries is a step closer, thanks to a technique to amplify DNA samples developed by US scientists. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 11, 2012
Coca-Cola collaborates on bio-PET project Coca-Cola is talking about its bottles again and specifically how it might make them out of bio-based polymers -- compounds that have been made from biological, and therefore renewable, raw materials, such as plants, rather than petrochemicals. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
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